Boston Project Rebound Re-Entry Services, Inc.
March 2023 Newsletter
Its springtime here in New England, with birds singing, The 127th Boston Marathon is ready for the runners, people walking in the Boston Commons and so much more to do. we hope to be able to build more new Partnerships and even maybe a new event that’s in the works
This Month has was a bit slow, the only major event to happen as been the visit to the Massachusetts State House to help and get some Very Important bills to Pass in the house of Representatives. (please see our page about this event here or click on events on the main menu)
In response to the dire need to address the Commonwealth’s housing crisis, earlier this week, over 300 people organized by Greater Boston Interfaith Organization took to the State House steps for a rally for housing justice in what one seasoned legislator described to us as one of the most lively and powerful gatherings they’ve ever witnessed. Housing rights activists, faith leaders, and renters spoke about dire conditions they’ve faced and made direct calls to Spilka and Mariano to take immediate action. Check out their campaign overview here, and help them keep up the momentum by answering their calls to action today.
This Month we well be continuing work to make changes to our organization website adding new menu items and new content , we hope you will bear with us as we make the changes to our site to make it better and to make it easy to navigate our site to find info that you are looking for within our website.
New Community Partnerships
the Cambridge MassHire joined us this month – The BRIDGES Returning Citizens Center
Our returning citizens center helps job seekers who were released from incarceration in recent years.
- Career coaching and strategies for finding jobs
- Case management and referral to support services
- Access to training opportunities
- Resume and cover letter writing
- Referrals to employers
Also, while people can reach us through the phone number you listed, they can get us faster by calling or texting my program directly: 617-468-8918
At The State House
By Representative Worrell of Boston, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1821) of Christopher J. Worrell and others relative to parole and establishing a restorative justice program. The Judiciary.
** Also SEE Community Events Area Above
To find your Massachusetts legislator
Page Updated 3/21/2023